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In politics there is a large difference between loosing and being defeated.
The author deduces the best way James Baker serve Reagan as Chief of Staff was to continually remind him why he wanted to be president.
Each man had come to know the other's caricature as a lie.
He'd made a name for himself out there in the world beyond not just in spite of the distinctly unfashionable persona he presented, but, perhaps, BECAUSE of it.
The author, at the time a Carter speechwriter in the 1980 campaign, showed visible distress at his boss's performance and was warned by a friend in the traveling press, lest he become the story.
Staffers tend to mimic their bosses, to take their key from them.
Shared history was the coin of the realm.
In politics, nothing good ever comes from the unexpected.
Anecdotes came with his DNA.
He was making the inevitable pivot from critic to manager.
He was experienced enough to spot the downside of doing the right thing.
The Russian people were just like us. They were victims of their own government. Ronald Reagan
Historically, the coupling of president and Speaker has been a tricky one that encourages a choreography both quick-footed and wary